Tools for learning Morse Code

This site has a variety of tools to help you pick up and improve at morse code. To get your started there is an introduction to learning morse code and a listing of the morse code symbols and sounds. Once you are familar with the code, a very popular destination is the Morse Code Generator which you can use to create and practice custom morse code audio. For more detailed description of learning morse code using the Koch Method, we reproduce David Finley’s popular article, ‘So you want to learn Morse Code?'.

If you have an iOS device like an iPhone or iPad, I have also written the Ham Morse iOS application that will allow you to practice morse code on your personal device. You can practice everything from the individual letters all the way up to CW QSOs, and even news from around the world.

Learning Morse Code

First of all, I would like to say that this is not meant to be a ‘definitive guide’ to learning morse code! There are…

Morse Code Generator

You can use this page to create customized morse code, everything from basic letters and numbers to fully-fledged morse…

Morse Code Symbols and Sounds

The popular view of Morse code (aka CW, Continuous Wave) as a collection of dots and dashes is the first thing to forget…

So you want to learn Morse Code

Forget Frustration: Gain Valuable Morse Skills And Increase Your Amateur-Radio Pleasure

By David G. Finley, N1IRZ…